Scotland Coat of Arms (large)
The central element of the coat of arms of Scotland is a shield that depicts the red lion of the King of Scots as rampant, with blue claws and tongue, on a yellow field. The lion is surrounded by a red double royal tressure flory counter-flory device. The shield is supported by two unicorns. One unicorn holds the banner of the royal arms and the other holds the standard of Saint Andrew. The helm is full-faced of demasked gold with six bars and features gold mantling lined with ermine. The crest is a red lion sitting atop the Crown of Scotland. The lion holds the Sceptre and the Sword of State. A banner above the lion reads "'In Defens", a shortened version of the motto In My Defens God Me Defend. The compartment depicts several thistles, the nation flower of Scotland[1].
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  Scotland Flag
The flag of Scotland, also known as the Saltire, and also Saint Andrew's Cross, features two diagonal bands that cross a blue field. Legend holds that Christian martyr St. Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, was crucified on an X-shaped cross at Patras. Iconography of this event first appeared in Scotland in 1180 AD, during the reign of William I. Seals dating back to the 13th century depict the image. A simplified version of the image, showing just the cross, but not the body, was worn by Scottish soldiers by decree of the Parliament of Scotland in 1385. The use of the cross on a blue background dates back to at least 1542, as an illustration of such a flag appeared in Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount's Register of Scottish Arms[2].
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